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Alex would be honored and excited to work with you and your choir/organization on your next concert, festival, workshop, meeting, conference, or other event. He specializes in the following topics:

  • Developing treble voices

  • Advanced treble voices

  • Mixed (SATB) choral ensembles, both youth and adult

  • Unchanged, cambiata, and changed-voice ensembles

  • Elementary-aged ensembles

  • Building tonal foundation

  • Tonal development in church ensembles

  • Tonal development among aging choristers

  • Vocal pedagogy

  • Resonance/vocal formants

  • Singers with special needs/behavioral exceptionalities

  • Choral administration

  • Board development

  • Fundraising in the arts

  • Grantwriting

  • Nonprofit arts governance

  • Equitable operational policies/practices

  • Group travel

  • Community engagement in the arts

  • Finance in the arts

  • Arts advocacy

To begin the conversation, email Alex or contact him at (850) 434-7760.


Alex would be thrilled to work with you and your choir on bringing a new piece to life. While his role at the Pensacola Children's Chorus involves regular composition and arranging, he is not a professed composer. He prefers to take on projects of significance and relevancy. What does this mean for you? It means that your commissioned work will be completely unique and tailored to your ensemble. Alex prefers to solicit feedback from singers to develop theme, mood, and text. This experience makes the piece's premiere all the more meaningful to your singers and organization.

Alex recognizes the fluctuating and often uncontrollable financial predicaments of choirs and is therefore happy to work with directors within their means. Typically, a three-minute commission starts at $1,000, but please don't let that figure preclude your initial contact.

Again, Alex would be honored to write a piece for your choir. To begin the conversation, email Alex or contact him at (850) 434-7760.

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